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Consumer Review: I Use Metabolift Instead Of Metabolife Because It Is Cheaper And Works Just As Well.

I would just like to say to all the Metabolife users, try Metabolift. It's cheaper, around $25.95 for 120 capsules. It's made by Twin Lab and you can buy it in most health stores. If they don't have it, they will be happy to order it for you.

For the past six months, I was tired and had no energy. I bought the Metabolift originally for losing weight, but when I started getting low on them I stopped taking them. Finally, one day after being tired of being tired and since I only had a few left I decided to take one in the morning with a multivitamin, Ginseng and St. John's Wort. Why those certain vitamins? Because that was all I had left. Anyway, for the last three days I have been cleaning like crazy! I haven't felt this good in a long time. Before I would just look at my dirty house and get depressed because I just didn't have the energy to clean it. Now I am able to keep on top of it again.

I took the last of everything I had today. So, now, I definitely have to go out and buy more. If you have never taken Metabolife or Metabolift before, I suggest starting off with one a day instead of the recommended two before each meal. In some people it can make you real jittery and keep you up at night. Twin Labs also recommends taking Metabolift with either the Diet Pep or the Fatburner if you are trying to lose weight.


Response #1

I would just like to say that Matobolift is a great alternative to the more expensive products out there. I purchased 120 tablets for $8.00 at a local grocery store, so check the pharmacy at the grocery store before you go anywhere else.


Response #2

A pharmacist told me that the main ingredient is responsible for constricting one's arteries, and is absolutely no good for you. Has anyone else heard of this being true? I really don't want to give up Metabolift.



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